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PhysIOL, Carl Zeiss Meditec settle legal dispute over trifocal IOLs

August 19, 2014

PhysIOL and Carl Zeiss Meditec have reached an out-of-court settlement of a legal dispute about patents and utility models for trifocal IOLs, according to a press release from Carl Zeiss Meditec.

The companies agreed to permit the unrestricted distribution of products from the FineVision line (PhysIOL) and the At Lisa tri line (Carl Zeiss Meditec), in addition to products based on this technology, according to the release.

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Long-term RISE and RIDE study results show early treatment key in DME treatment

August 19, 2014
At the American Society of Retina Specialists meeting in San Diego, David Brown, MD, discusses his presentation of 5-year data from the RISE and RIDE studies.

Be prepared for the Sept. 8 deadline

August 19, 2014
On Aug. 15, CMS reopened its Open Payments System so that physicians and teaching hospitals can continue to review the transactions attributed to them, as reported by…
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Topical tacrolimus reduces signs, symptoms of allergic conjunctivitis

August 19, 2014
Tacrolimus eye drops treated recalcitrant allergic conjunctivitis with proliferative lesions or corneal involvement, according to a study.The prospective study included…
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Survey: Femtosecond laser continues integration into premium cataract sector

Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition, August 10, 2014
A growing number of patients are choosing elective lens packages in conjunction with cataract surgery, according to a…
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Turning results into action: InflammaDry vs. Tear Osmolarity

July 24, 2014
How’s it going for you with the InflammaDry? We have used it routinely in our dry eye clinic since shortly before…
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Speaker discusses HOME study

August 13, 2014
At the American Society of Retina Specialists meeting in San Diego, David S. Boyer, MD, discusses results from the HOME…
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